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Everest Insurance expands Professional Liability team with trio of hires

4th June 2019 - Author: Matt Sheehan

Everest Insurance, a division of Bermuda-based reinsurer Everest Re, has announced the addition of three new members to its Professional Liability group.

Everest LogoThis segment, which operates within the Everest Insurance Financial Lines unit, provides coverage for architects and engineers, lawyers, accountants, as well as miscellaneous professional liability.

Brittany Lannan joins the Lawyers Professional Liability team as a manager, arriving from Sompo International.

In her previous role, Lannan spent nearly five years underwriting Lawyers Professional Liability, before which she worked as a senior accountant with QBE Insurance.

Jaime Dickson joins the Architects and Engineers team as a senior underwriter, arriving from Navigators.

While at Navigators, Dickson spent four years as an Architects & Engineers underwriter, prior to which she was an underwriter at HCC Specialty.

Finally, Lien Dang also joins the Architects and Engineers team as an underwriter, moving from a previous role at Tokio Millenium Re Ag.

Earlier in her career Dang worked at Liberty Mutual Insurance and Royal and SunAlliance Insurance Agency, Inc.

“We are excited to have Brittany, Jamie, and Lien join our Professional Liability group,” said Keith Lavigne, Head of Financial Lines for Everest Insurance.

“Their collective experience working collaboratively with both brokers and clients, coupled with their commitment to providing a solutions-driven underwriting approach, will strengthen our presence in the professional liability space,” he added.

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